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Chambers homecoming court announced

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Chambers Academy announces it’s 2017 homecoming court.  Pictured from left to right are Sissie Ansbro- 9th grade princess candidate, Kayla Cross- 11th grade princess candidate, Kelsey Oliver- Senior Queen candidate, Jossie Daniel- Senior Queen Candidate, Olivia Williams- 10th grade princess candidate. Winners will be announced during halftime festivities Friday night on Torbert Field.

Give me flowers now says centenarian

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Mrs. Annie Mae Bledsoe will celebrate her 100th Birthday on September 20th 2017. Mrs. Bledsoe is the wife of the late Johnnie L. Bledsoe. Mrs. Bledsoe has witnessed and experienced many things down through the years of her life. I am sure if you would set down and talk to her abut the past, she […]

Social Club donates supplies

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By Pam Holloway LaFayette Eastside Elementary School, located within the Chambers County school district recently received a generous donation of school supplies.  This donation was made possible thanks to the efforts of the Gentlemen Unlimited Social Club of Opelika, AL. Six boxes stuffed with everything ranging from notebook paper to rulers were given.  In hopes of […]

ECLIPSED: A view from the school

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Kids kindergarten thru 12th grade at Chambers Academy got to experience history in the making! Over 150 students, teachers and parents gathered at Tolbert field and were ready to see what the eclipse had in store for them. Most of the young on lookers had never experienced an eclipse much less set on the opposing side […]

Big shoes to fill in Alabama’s primary election

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By Alton Mitchell Correspondent Super Tuesday was several months ago as voters turned out to cast their votes to decide who would be the president of the United States. As voters have put down their ballots under the assumption it would be two years before they would be called to vote in the mid-term election, […]

Here’s how and where to vote

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By Alton Mitchell Correspondent Residents across Alabama will turn out on Tuesday to vote for the GOP candidate to fill the seat vacated in February by US Attorney General Jeff Sessions. The vacated seat will be filled following an election in December, but several candidates on the GOP ticket now have their future set to […]

Chambers homecoming court announced